Dark room Safelight Developer Stop Bath Fixer Enlarger Tongs Objects Timer 10 x 8 piece of paper
1. Arrange objects on a piece of photographic paper shiny side up with a safe light on in the darkroom 2. Turn timer on for 10 seconds so the light goes off. Press the button on the timer to make an exposure. 3. Take print to the developing tray and let it stay in there for about 1 and a half minutes while shaking it. Here's the setup used by Chris aka FingerLickinBobaFett
4. Use developing tongs to pull out and let it drip a while. Put into stop bath tray. Stir in stop bath for 30 seconds to a minute. 5. Use tongs to remove it from the stop bath and let it drip before you put it in the fixer. Put it in the fixer and shake it for 2 minutes straight. 6. Let the print drip then remove from fix tray and put it into dry tray to take out of the dark room to view, wash, and dry. This picture shows the liquid looking white and the bottle caving in on the sides.
This picture shows a lot of objects and mergers. I liked the cow in this picture and how the rock appeared. This picture represents simplicity and tells a story with its artwork. These are both done by Tokyobob.
This picture represents nature and humans living together as one. By Evan I like the contrasting views of the alcohol and the words that read “Santas Escrituras” Which means Holy Scriptures. By Esmeralda I like how the dolphins are in this picture. It is very simple.
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